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having a job

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continued in your keeping or use or memory

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Though they generally professed the Roman Catholic religion, yet it was mixed, occasionally, with some of their ancient superstitions; and they retained much of the Indian belief in charms and omens.
Or an organ might be retained for one alone of its former functions.
Rudimentary organs may be compared with the letters in a word, still retained in the spelling, but become useless in the pronunciation, but which serve as a clue in seeking for its derivation.
I wonder not that the restraint appears to gall you more it were for your honour to have retained the dress and language of an outlaw, than to veil the deeds of one under an affectation of gentle language and demeanour.
I would she had retained her original haughtiness of disposition, or that I had a larger share of Front-de-B
As has been typical in recent elections, judges in the First DCA got the lowest retention percentage, although no judge was retained by less than 63 percent of the vote.
The IRS issued deficiency notices to both estates, including the full value of the KPLP assets, on the grounds A and E retained for their lives "the possession or enjoyment of, or the right to the income from, the property" under Sec.
These captives typically have few, if any, tax benefits, but find efficiencies through better control over the risk management of retained risks and through access to the (sometimes) less expensive reinsurance market.
Audit documentation should be retained until at least five years after the report release date.
For years, retained firefighters have been prevented from having the same pension and sick pay rights as their full-time equivalents.
2036(a) includes in a decedent's gross estate those assets that were transferred during life, but to which the transferor retained significant rights.
In addition, more than 16,000 jobs will be retained in areas of the City outside Lower Manhattan.
The covered sponge retained much more water than the uncovered sponge.
In theory, retained students were supposed to participate in an enriched, accelerated academic program that would, through additional help and tailor-made interventions, result in a better outcome at the end of the repeated grade or even help the student catch up to his or her classmates.
The horizontal soil loads will shear the lip from the block with only a few feet of soil retained, and the wall will fail.